Mom Life

  For most of my 20's I would pride myself on being independent. I didn't need a man to start my life, to be financially stable, to have my own place or to be secure in who I was. In fact, that's still true... and I still need look to God for those things. In the world's eyes, I wanted to be an independent woman who could work hard, build stuff, haul stuff and fix stuff. And I was proud of that. Then I got married and...

  It's a time sucker. It's depressing. It's annoying. It's addictive. This can apply to almost every social media platform out there. For simplicity's sake, I'm going to talk about the biggest platform in the world. Facebook, with it's 1.5 billion users, is hijacking our lives. First of all, it's a comparison trap. Except, it's a terrible comparison. It's a filtered, polished, see-what-you're-permitted-to-see news feed. And that's ok, because that's what it's supposed to be....